Wrt160n validating identity

Posted by / 02-Jul-2018 08:41

Wrt160n validating identity

I actually experienced this recently – what a mess.

Thought I would share a quick fix and save some of you from hours of hair pulling.

Once they receive the defective unit, the credit card hold will be cancelled. I went through the RMA process and am awaiting a replacement unit.

save the default registry file and you are now sorted.

To permanently disable the Suspend Mode on a MC9190: On your PC, create an empty text file, then type the 2 following lines:[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Current Control Set\Control\Power\Timeouts]"Batt Suspend Timeout" = dword:00000000 Save the file, then change the extension to ".reg". Copy the registry file in the /Application folder of the scanner gun. Your MC9190 will no longer go to sleep mode, or "suspend mode".

On a similar note, I have this aliased in my shell (.profile) so I don't have to think before getting a proxy up:alias socks="ssh -ND 8887 -p 22 [email protected]"That way I can just open a shell and type "socks" and be good to go (well and then do the system preferences deal, but I have an Apple Script that does that automatically). The HTTP websites that you visit beyond the SSH server see your clear text packets.

Check the SOCKS Proxy box then in the SOCKS Proxy Server field enter localhost and the port you used (8887)... In about:config set: network.proxy.socks_remote_dns to True. I am using the Tomato firmware ( which has an SSH daemon. The tunnel is only between the client and the SSH server.

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Under Tools Outgoing Server Tab, uncheck “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” like so: Voila! Funny enough, after switching SMTP settings, I disabled the above Max MTU settings and Port Triggering on the BEFW11S4 router and emails are still going out. Not sure why there are so many issues (& resolutions) in the Linksys forums regarding email send issues with certain Linksys routers but there you go.

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